- Breed: Cocker Spaniel
- Likes: Tennis balls, cheese, tummy rubs, cuddles
- Favourite toy: A tennis ball
- Character / traits: Constant tail wagger, calm, emotionally aware, and needs to be close to his humans
- Favourite food: Chicken, cheese, and ham
Sgt Pete Frankish is a local policing sergeant with 26 years police service, currently working out of Warndon Police post in Worcester. Pete has several years’ experience in response, public order and front line policing. He is a critical incident de-briefer, blue light peer supporter, mediator with a passion for welfare and wellbeing of staff.
Pete said: "I applied to join the OK9 wellbeing dog scheme with my cocker spaniel Marley to continue and enhance the wellbeing process to help protect our staff from mental health issues and PTSD in the future.
"Since being accepted as an OK9 dog Marls has been busy with visits to the control room where he brought the place to a standstill, to meeting the safer neighbourhood teams, specials, cadets, response shifts and also joined me on many critical incident de-briefs."